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Branded a harlot for undoing a confining button on her blouse, Catherine Langton’s finds herself rejected by the man she is to marry, leaving her in a predicament: mail order bride or the poorhouse. Her decision is simple and she arrives in Liberty, Montana to marry a man she’s never seen, her only desire to be a pleasing wife.
Jake Bridger exceeds Catherine’s expectations at first glance. He looks as if he stepped from the pages of the Western romances she knows she shouldn’t read. But she’s about to find out that the men of Liberty are not like other men. Here, a wife is expected to make all of herself available to her husband, even parts a good girl like Catherine never expected a man to plunder. It’s not an easy adjustment, but Jake isn’t a man to take “no” for an answer, and sets about training his new bride using techniques that soon have Catherine wantonly eager for his attentions.
But can Catherine live with her new husband’s explicit requirements when it opposes everything she’s known?
Publisher’s Note: “Claiming Catherine” depicts women in situations of non-consent as well as strict explicit punishment in sexual situations. Do not purchase this book if these elements will offend you.
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